Google Admits: Pixel 6 Family Won’t Charge at 30W
Many people who tested Google ‘s new generation flagship smartphones Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro , one of the California-based internet giants , were greatly impressed by the performance of the smartphones, but many users were disappointed with the charging speeds of the new generation Pixel 6 series.
As you know, in the past months, we published an article about the reports that the Pixel 6 family does not charge at 30W as a result of the tests, and the charging speeds are much slower than expected, and now the company has officially admitted that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro models do not charge at 30W.
Google made a statement on how fast charging works on Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones on a support page. According to the company, the Pixel 6 family offers up to 50 percent battery rate in a charging time of about 30 minutes with Google’s 30W USB-C Charging Adapter. It may take approximately one hour for the battery level to increase from 0 percent to 80 percent, depending on device usage and temperature. The internet giant also confirms that the Pixel 6 can charge up to 21W, while the Pixel 6 Pro can charge up to 23W.
Google also notes that the charging power is gradually reduced as the battery nears full charge to prolong the life of the battery. The Pixel 6 Pro, which has a 5000 mAh battery, takes approximately 110 minutes for the battery to go from 0 percent to 100 percent. In the meantime, it is worth mentioning that the statistics in question are wired charging speeds.